New Industrial RFID Technology Blog from Balluff

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Balluff introduces RFIDspec, a new blog for first-time users or advanced users of industrial RFID products looking to share ideas or find information on specific topics in the world of RFID.

Mark Sippel, RFIDspec blog creator and Balluff Product Manager

With the use of open discussion, my intention is to educate people based on my experiences and provide a means for any user in the market to ask questions.

RFIDspec is a new blog dedicated to current and future users of industrial RFID products.

According to Mark Sippel, RFIDspec blog creator and Balluff Product Manager, “My purpose for this blog is to provide a forum for anyone – ranging from a first-time industrial or commercial RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) user interested in finding basic information about RFID - to more experienced users looking to share ideas or address specific subjects out there in the world of RFID.”

Sippel adds, “It seems many companies want you to use their RFID products, including Balluff of course, but what’s behind the application hype and what’s included in the product brochures is not always so easy to see and understand. With the use of open discussion, my intention is to educate people based on my experiences and provide a means for any user in the market to ask questions. I always want feedback from readers and product users of what they think could be done to address their needs better, so please feel free to give suggestions.”

To read Mark Sippel’s new RFIDspec Technology Blog, please visit:
http://rfidspec.wordpress.com/

To learn more about industrial RFID products from Balluff, visit:
http://www.balluff.com/rfid

Balluff Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Balluff GmbH, Neuhausen, Germany, is a leading manufacturer of a wide range of inductive, optical, capacitive and magnetic sensors as well as linear position transducers and ID systems. Balluff products for OEM and factory floor solutions are used to control, regulate, automate, assemble, position, and monitor manufacturing, assembly, and packaging sequences for industries including metalworking, automotive, plastics, material handling, wood processing, aerospace, electrical, and electronics.

Editors: please contact Kelly Panko at 1-800-543-8390 for clarifications and additional information e-mail kelly(dot)panko(at)balluff(dot)com

Direct reader service inquiries to: Kelly Panko, Balluff Inc, 8125 Holton Drive, Florence, KY, Phone 1-800-543-8390, or http://www.balluff.com

In Canada only, contact Norman J. Clarke, President, Balluff Canada, 2840 Argentia Road, Unit # 2, Mississauga, ON L5N 8G4, Phone 1-800-927-9654 or
Tel: 905-816-1494, 905-816-1411, E-mail: balluff(dot)canada(at)balluff(dot)ca

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